This post, the third in our Walk This Way series, provides a glimpse into The Walking Classroom adopter Judith Goldfarb’s classroom.
Invaluable to Bilingual Students
The Walking Classroom has been invaluable for our students to talk about their health and get outside while learning important content.
An Engaging Introduction to Curricular Topics
TWC is the perfect additional resource to have. I appreciate the way that it provides an engaging introduction to curricular topics.
Concepts Reinforced with TWC!
I work with students with cognitive challenges. Although we only started using The Walking Classroom this past fall, the students already love it. It has been very useful to reinforce the concepts that I teach in… Read More
Lincoln LEADers Walk, Listen, and Learn!
Our Title I school has a population of more than 600 kids, many of whom qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. We also have a large student population of English language learners. Our students are special… Read More
TWC Supports English Language Learners
The Walking Classroom is a great addition to my classroom, and I wanted to share a technique I use that supports my English Language Development students. Podcast . . . Take 2 When I notice that… Read More
Grammar Elements Introduced with TWC!
I’ve been using The Walking Classroom for the last six months and it has been amazing! I love how the program content has lined up with my ELL grammar unit. The program has provided an opportunity to… Read More
Earbuds in and Ready to Begin!
On the days we use The Walking Classroom, my students are out the door. Earbuds in, they are ready to begin the morning with a smile! The Walking Classroom gives them the opportunity to completely wake… Read More
Love The Walking Classroom? Absolutely!
I cannot tell you enough how much I love The Walking Classroom! The podcasts are engaging and relevant to our curriculum. They are high interest, and they are often quite entertaining. I love all the management ideas… Read More